Japan Technology Group presents:
"2nd Japan Innovative
High-interest technology presentations from Japan
MEDICAL & HEALTHCARE
-collaborative partnerships and untapped innovations
in your area of Interest
-latest research trends in Japan
-novel approaches in biotechnology
industry, government &
Registration & Continental Breakfast
Tokyo University of Science >>More
by Mitsu Yamamoto, Executive Director, Japan Technology Group
Ever since its predecessor was established in 1881 by 21 young
physicists, the Tokyo University of Science (Tokyo Rika Daigaku)
has continually pursued the lofty ideal of contributing to
Japan's development through the pursuit and dissemination of
scientific knowledge. As a science-oriented university, we have
endeavored to meet the needs of society and the times by
adopting new educational approaches and undertaking research in
today's most vital fields.
Science and Technology
"Photochemical Tools for Biomedical Sciences(photocleavable biotin linkers, IP3 sensors, zinc(II) fluorophores, and fluorescent redox sensors)"
Some photochemical reactions and luminescent probes for
biological and medicinal sciences (photocleavable biotin
linkers, IP3 sensors, zinc(II) fluorophores, and fluorescent
redox sensors), will be presented.
"Novel anti-tumor agents"
We developed the new class of anti-tumor agents.
Over 30 years
of pharmaceutical industry experience spanning R&D, corporate
development and licensing. Served as Head of business development
and licensing of pharmaceuticals for Japan and Asia/Pacific regions
at Bristol Myers Squibb, SmithKline Beecham and GlaxoSmithKline.
James E. Foley, PhD
Managing Director, Aqua Partners LLC
12:00pm: Networking Luncheon
Waseda University aims to
uphold the independence of learning, to promote the practical
utilization of knowledge, and to create good citizenship.
Waseda University, we are working to construct a cutting-edge
research system that will provide leadership throughout Asia and
in the world.
We are also developing research that emphasizes cooperation
between industry, academic institutions and the government.
- Dr. Keitaro Sou,
Science and Engineering
Dr. Park Young
"Drug delivery materials based on molecular assembling science:
Applications to artificial oxygen carriers and site-directing
Nano-sized lipid vesicles, Efficient protein encapsulation,
Surface modification of the vesicles with functional molecules,
Oxygen carriers, Bone marrow-directing drug delivery materials,
High blood compatibility and biodegradability
Integrative Bioscience and
CEO, EBM Corporation
Beating Heart Simulator for OPCAB training "BEAT-S1"
"Wherever, Whenever and Whoever" The BEAT-S1 provides an effective daily training of anastomotic technique for OPCAB. It also contains quantitative assessment method for the surgical skill.
3:00pm: Closing Remark
6:00pm - 8:00pm:
2008 Philadelphia-Japan Health Science Dialogue
Poster Presentation & Networking Reception
*Schedule and contents are subject to change without notice.
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The Union League of Philadelphia
140 South Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
October 20 2008
& Continental Breakfast
1:30pm - 4:00pm
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October 15, 2008
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